All of the images on the website are available as prints or with a licence for use ( please use the contact form if you require a licence)
Prints are available in 3 sizes - A3 +, A3 and A4, all are on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Photo Rag 308.
Some images are limited to A3 size (actual image size around 13"x10") due to the resolution of the Digital originals. Most of the work here though, is shot on 35mm film, scanned using a dedicated film scanner and post processed using Photoshop CS4. Photoshop work is limited to basic adjustments of levels, toning and the usual sharping of scanned images.
Hahnemuhle FineArt Photo Rag is a genuine triple coated artists paper is made from 100% cotton and has excellent age resistant properties. Hahnemuhle has developed the paper to meet the highest standards of Fine Art photography using only the finest raw materials and manufacturing techniques.
For more information see the Hahnemuhle website.
Printed with Lucia Pigment Inks using a Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mk2 at a resolution of 4800x2400 dpi these prints are easily on a par with traditional "silver" prints in terms of tonality, light stability and archiving . Estimated display life is around 100 years ( Wilhelm Imaging Research) before any noticeable changes.
For best Longevity prints should be overmatted and and mounted under glass away from any direct sunlight.
Prints are unmounted and despatched rolled in heavy duty tubes. Prints are usually despatched between 1 and 5 days after placing an order.
Hahnemuhle A3+ FineArt Photo Rag 308
Paper size : 19 x 13 inches / 48cm x 33cm
Approx print size : 16 x 11 inches / 38cm x 28cm
Hahnemuhle A3 FineArt Photo Rag 308
Paper size : 16.5 x 11.75 inches / 42cm x 30cm
Approx print size : 13 x 10 inches / 33cm x 25cm
Hahnemuhle A4 FineArt Photo Rag 308
Paper size : 11.5 x 8 inches / 29.5cm x 21cm
Approx print size : 8.5 x 6 inches / 21.5cm x 15.5cm
All Prices include 20% VAT and Postage and Packing within the UK . Please contact me for international rates
Conditions of use and storage
Use and store at a relative humidity of 35 to 65% and a temperature of 10 - 30 C
Store in archive quality boxes and folders.
Use care in handling printed material, as the surface is susceptible to abrasion.
Use only archive grade tapes and glues for mounting and framing